Cote started 17 games and rushed the ball seven times for 31 yards and recorded 11 catches for 96 yards and a touchdown. He also had a fumble recovery, seven special-teams tackles and returned one kickoff for four yards. On Aug. 9 against Ottawa, Cote filled in a tailback for the second half and was the team's leading rusher that game. He also recorded his longest career carry (11 yards). He was on the one-game injury list for Game 9. Cote also started the Western Final.


Cote started 16 games at fullback and had eight catches for 75 yards and a touchdown, three carries for five yards and nine special-teams tackles. He has also returned two kickoffs for 17 yards. In Game 7 against BC he had a 22-yard catch from Rob Maver on a fake punt. He was on the injured list for Game 11 and the reserve list for Game 13. Cote also started the Western Final and registered a special-teams tackle and returned one kickoff for 14 yards. After the 2013 season, Rob was awarded both the Presidents' Ring which is awarded annually to the Stampeders player who best demonstrates excellence on and off the field as voted by the players and the inaugural Herm Harrison Memorial Award which honours a Stampeders player who distinguishes himself in the field of community service.


Cote dressed for all 18 regular-season games and all three post-season contests. As the Stamps’ fullback, he played a key role in Jon Cornish’s CFL rushing title. Cote also contributed to the offence by making a career-high 17 catches for a career-best 184 yards. He matched his single-season best with two touchdowns. His scores came in a July 7 game in Toronto and a Sept. 14 game against Winnipeg. The latter touchdown came on a trick play as the Stamps set up for a field goal, but holder Bo Levi Mitchell instead tossed the ball to Cote for a 26-yard major. Cote also saw action on special teams and made six tackles. He had a nine-yard reception in the Grey Cup game.


Cote dressed for 14 regular-season games, making 14 starts at fullback and seeing regular duty on all the special-teams units. He missed four games with a knee injury but returned to the starting lineup on Aug. 12. Cote’s primary value on offence comes from his excellent blocking but he also recorded career high with 15 receptions and 171 yards. On Oct. 30 against Montreal, he had a 41-yard catch-and-run to establish a new career long. His best single-game total in catches during the season was a four-catch effort in the season-opener against Toronto on July 1. He added four special-teams tackles on the season. He also played in the West Division semifinal against Edmonton.


Rob started and played in all 18 regular season games as well as the West Final. During the 2010 season he tied his career high with 111 yards with 11 receptions and added 11 rushing yards on three carries. Rob also tied his career high with two touchdown grabs.


For the season, Cote had seven receptions for 99 yards and two scores. He also had four carries for 20 yards.


In his second season with the Stamps, Cote played in 10 games, starting in six. He contributed on offence in the run game as a lead blocker and in the passing game by hauling in a pair of receptions for 23 yards. Cote also recorded three special-teams tackles.


In his first professional season, Cote dressed in all 18 regular-season games. In his first CFL game, Cote had one carry for three yards and three receptions for 20 yards and a touchdown. The score was the first of his CFL career and garnered him the CFL’s top-Canadian honours in Week 1. He scored his only other touchdown of the season against BC on July 28, a 20-yard pass reception from Henry Burris. He had another multi-reception game against Hamilton on Sept. 21. He added one reception for three yards in the West Division Semi Final at Saskatchewan.